Definition of Gamelans

1. gamelan [n] - See also: gamelan



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gamelans

gamed
gamed the system
gamefic
gamefish
gamefishes
gamefowl
gamefowls
gameful
gamekeeper
gamekeeper's thumb
gamekeepers
gamekeeping
gamelan
gameland
gamelanlike
gamelans (current term)
gameless
gamelike
gamely
gamemaster
gamemastered
gamemastering
gamemasters
gamendazole
gameness
gamenesses
gameographies
gameography
gamepad
gamepads

Literary usage of Gamelans

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Worlds and I by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1918)
"We made our way to the outer court through a sudden tropical rain storm to the music of gamelans, and we found our carriage by the flare of torches. ..."

2. The Musical World (1882)
"The Javanese gamelans, having concluded their engagement at the Royal Aquarium, London, are now exhibiting their interesting musical acquirements at the ..."

3. Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society by James Simpson, Richard Saul Ferguson, William Gershom Collingwood (1874)
"... gamelans, and Carl Lofts, in Westmorland, certain it is that the subject is worthy of the attention of antiquaries, and we shall do well—each in his own ..."

4. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1817)
"Every native chief in authority has one or more gamelans, and there are more or less perfect sets in all ..."

5. Nederlandsch Oost-Indië: beschreven en afgebeeld voor het Nederlandsche volk by Pieter Antonie Lith (1894)
"Bovendien heeft men nog een onderscheiding der gamelans, die zich gedeeltelijk op het verschil in timbre der instrumenten en gedeeltelijk op een verschil in ..."

6. De voornaamste industrieën der inlandsche bevolking van Java en Madoera by Gerrit Pieter Rouffaer, Charles Theodoor Deventer (1904)
"... die gamelans vervaardigt, doch de kwaliteit laat veel te wenschen over, in vergelijking met de gamelans die van Samarang worden aangevoerd. ..."

7. The Worlds and I by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1918)
"We made our way to the outer court through a sudden tropical rain storm to the music of gamelans, and we found our carriage by the flare of torches. ..."

8. The Musical World (1882)
"The Javanese gamelans, having concluded their engagement at the Royal Aquarium, London, are now exhibiting their interesting musical acquirements at the ..."

9. Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society by James Simpson, Richard Saul Ferguson, William Gershom Collingwood (1874)
"... gamelans, and Carl Lofts, in Westmorland, certain it is that the subject is worthy of the attention of antiquaries, and we shall do well—each in his own ..."

10. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1817)
"Every native chief in authority has one or more gamelans, and there are more or less perfect sets in all ..."

11. Nederlandsch Oost-Indië: beschreven en afgebeeld voor het Nederlandsche volk by Pieter Antonie Lith (1894)
"Bovendien heeft men nog een onderscheiding der gamelans, die zich gedeeltelijk op het verschil in timbre der instrumenten en gedeeltelijk op een verschil in ..."

12. De voornaamste industrieën der inlandsche bevolking van Java en Madoera by Gerrit Pieter Rouffaer, Charles Theodoor Deventer (1904)
"... die gamelans vervaardigt, doch de kwaliteit laat veel te wenschen over, in vergelijking met de gamelans die van Samarang worden aangevoerd. ..."

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